The first winery to open in Kamloops
Harper’s Trail Estate Winery, named for the cattle drive “trail” of pioneer rancher Thaddeus Harper, is the first winery from Kamloops. Tucked into the city outskirts on the bank of the South Thompson River, Ed and Vicki Collett’s vineyard sits among rolling hills of sage and grass, home to Bighorn sheep, bears, and myriad birds. The backdrop of limestone, Hoodoos, and a natural spring set the biodiversity of this rare place.
The wines reflect the region, with the minerality and crisp acidity that are becoming known to exemplify the South Thompson area.
Visit today and taste the untamed land…
The wines reflect the region, with the minerality and crisp acidity that are becoming known to exemplify the South Thompson area. Enjoy our latest releases:
2016 Field Blend Red
2015 Chardonnay Sparkling
2015 Rosé Sparkling
2016 Pinot Noir
2016 Pioneer Block Riesling
2016 Silver Mane Block Riesling
2016 Pinot Gris
2016 Cabernet Franc
2015 Late Harvest Riesling SOLD OUT!
2016 Field Blend White
IN THE News
September 13, 2017
"8 Ways to (Re)discover Kamloops and Sun Peaks This Fall" - BC Living Website Article
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July 9, 2017
“Wine Guy” Gurvinder Bhatia talks about the emerging wine regions in B.C. during Global News, Edmonton's UnWined segment.
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September 28, 2016
Whistler Cornucopia's 20th Anniversary Top 20 Competition - Harper's Trail's 2014 Pioneer Block Dry Riesling is listed in the Top 20 Wines.
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